FREE Event: VIP Party Pixs & Info on InLiquid’s Art for the Cash Poor Block Party Saturday & Sunday

InLiquid’s Art for the Cash Poor  (Crane Arts Building, 1400 N. American Street, Philadelphia)is a fabulous annual art sale that
allows art lovers the chance to meet artists, see their work first-hand,
and begin or add to their art collections without breaking the bank —
all in a fun, family-friendly atmosphere. A wide range of our region’s
best artists will be selling items priced at $199 or less, with much
priced well under $100.

Peet Sketches
With more than 100 participating artists
showing everything from fashion and jewelry to photography and
paintings, the eclectic range of work on display is awe inspiring. Admission is FREE
 Friday night was the Opening Night Party and was a very reasonable $35 for open bar and buffet. It also supported InLiquid and AIDS Fund
Scott Herman, PsyD student at Chestnut Hill College and Jade Barnes, Skai Blue Media
Jeff Tubbs, Tali Mazzola, and David Gloss, Philly DoGooder co-founder and co founder of Here’s My Chance
Annie Vendetti, Patrick Carrow and Kristie Bergey. Carrow creates these bags by collecting odd unused pieces of the finest designer threads and pairing them together to make quality unique bags at a reasonable price. Visiting the show just for him is a worth the trip.
 Ryan Demos, Interactive Content Producer. Skai Blue Media and Scott Herman

Rakia Reynolds, Skai Blue Media, Bram Reynolds, Jamie Lokoff, Milk Boy Studios and Taylor.

 Maria Papadakis,, hosted the event. She’s sporting a gorgeous necklace from John Wind, and bag from Patrick Carrow, Assistant Academic Director of Fashion at The Art Institute of Philadelphia, who will be at the art sale all weekend.
 Tony Payton, Jr and Melissa Knight check out the prints
Stefani Threet, Threet Ceramics

 Mark Moody and Chris Mullins
 Bill Brookoven
 Emily Henne, Emaline Designs and Tom Charles
 Mesopotamia and Evan Urbania, Chatterblast
 John Wind is selling these unique signed posters of one of his art pieces all weekend. Last month the James Oliver Gallery opened Wind’s first solo exhibition, The Making of a Modern Man, opens in Center City’s James Oliver Gallery. James Oliver Gallery, 723 Chestnut Street. There’s a closing reception 6-8PM on June 26
  John Wind and a few of the pieces that didn’t find a home in his exhibit

MEAT AMERICA, artist and photographer Dominic Episcopo focuses on his
lifelong passion and most surprising muse: Meat. Serving up inspired and
often irreverent translations of the American spirit through a devout
carnivore’s lens, each of Dominic’s photographs satisfies our appetite
for both—art and wit—in one
‘Meat N Greet’ at Wyebrook Farm’s Kickoff Summer Book Series
Book Signing, Art Walk and Q&A with Meat America’s Dominic Episcopo



 Matthew Ray, Chatterblast and Greg Meckstroth
The food was delicious and prepared by Truffles Party Productions – beverly.truffles@verizon .net (they were all so sweet too, telling me I look so much younger in person than on TV. I’ll take that – LOL) and Hors d’ouver – it were created by Jennifer Dillard info imhungryphilly@
Beverly Leaks, Sharon Wilson, Alisa Dillard, Bradley Clayton and